Greydon Square, “Myth”

Born Eddie Collins, Greydon Square is an openly-atheist hip hop artist and Iraq veteran. I’ve enjoyed his jams over the years, as few rappers are willing to riff on intellectual subjects like Pascal’s Wager. With a new album coming out next year, Greydon’s lyrics are a surprisingly big challenge to an industry where artists belt out misogyny all day without raising eyebrows:

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  • Anonymous

    Like Chris Rock said, I love rap but I get tired of defending it. I’m fond of guys like this guy and folks like Eugene Warrock (nerdcore rapper) who step outside the box rap too often is content to sit in. (And that goes just as hard for pop music and every time it clenches out a vapid remix of teenage lovestruck goop.)